In a four-way pot the flop was . The big blind checked, Ryankoma Fenton led out for 800, Edmonds called, the player to his left called as well and the big blind folded.
The landed on the turn, Fenton checked, Edmonds bet out 2,500, the opponent on his left raised it up to 7,200 and Fenton quickly got out of the way. Edmonds then announced he was "all-in" for roughly 32,700 and his opponent called off his 27,500 chips.
Edmonds flopped a full house and his opponent had turned a straight, however, he was not drawing dead as the seven of spades would give him a straight-flush. Before the even hit the river the opponent had already given up hope and walked away from the table.